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GRAND JURIES FAVORED RECOR
'" "f '":' DER'S COURT. -V ' ' ; -r
4 The opponents of the establishment of
the Recorder's Court say that none of
the country people favor tkis Mil, how
ever, the grand juries for the Febraary
term, 1911, and October 1910 aaade the
following recommendatioa: " - - t
- " We would recommend, i4.within our
province, a Recorder's Court, helievin
that it would save ' ttie eounty . many
thousands of dollars to tax payers. "
The October term 1910, mode the fol
lowing recommendation: ,
" We also would recommend . that a
Recorder's Court, be inaugurated , for
Craven county, believing that,, it would
save the tax payers many theuaands of
dollars, court costs etc, "
O. H. PIItRV,
On these two grand juries Ikxre were
only eight men from the 8th tewrmhip.
Twenty-eight of these men were from
REASONS FOR THIS OGfaRT.
A few reasons why we shrid have
a Recorder's Court:
Busy men from all parts of the coun
try will not have to hang areuad the
court house one slid week ai witnesses
in petty miedemeanora; busy km wiH
not have to serve on the gaand jury
more than two days; there will be prac
tically no prisoners in jail. The Record
er's Court gives a speedy tal. The
fellow who is out On bond, and whose
cage is continued from , court to court
becauue jail cases must be"tried first
wilt be tried. This court give civil ju
risdiction up to $500.00. There are over
two hundred civil cases en the superior
court docket now,' and a party bringing
suit will have to wait over two years to
get to a trial. Recorder's Court will
give an immediate trial a ad cut down
the superior court docket 50 per cent.
Recorder's Court will be not only self-
sustaining, but will pay mon?y into the
town and county treasury.
SPEEDY TRIAL CLEARS .DOCKET.
Chairman Jeffries, of Nash county,
says of the Recorder's Court In Na; h
"It gives speedy trial of nll'tmall ca
ses, both criminal and civil, thereby re
lieving the dockets at the regular courts
'great saving to the county, as all ca
ses are tried at once, saving jail costs
our jail has had its doors thrown open
many times as we had no prisoners. The
court is very popular here with both
the bar and the citizens of the county."
SAVED THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS.
James W. Smith, Mayor of Belhaven,
N. C, say: in reference to what the
people of Belhaven think of the Recor
der's Court there.
.".The think very highly ef it, in
fact, if the court had to be ratified by
submitting it to the vote of the people
people again, 1 am sure there would
not be an opposing vote. It has done
considerable towards relieving the con
gestion of the supetior court deckets of
this county. In a financial way the
court has saved the county several
thousands of dollars, it has also saved
the people of our district' eonridarable
expense and time, on account of the
fact that heretofore they had to attend
superior court as witnesses in some lit
tle frivolous case and possibly had to
stay there for three or four days and
often times a week where new the Re
corder's Court has very nearly put an
end to our people having to attend su
perior court, that is in criminal eases.
T, A. Sills, clerk of the superior court
of Nash county, writes: j . ;
"In regard to Recorder's J art I will
say the people of my county eeem high
ly pleased with it. It has- relieved the
congestion of the dockets ve.7 mush:
For instance, the criminal docket, prior
to ia establishments - generally had
from 80 to !00 cafes, and now .i has
about 10 to 1& Our civil docket ' is be-j
ing reduced also. I do not1 know how
much it saves the county annually, but
it la supposed to be a peat little sum,'.'
: v ' PEOPLE APPKOVB. " ' y.
' Geo. W. Flint, sherrff: of Forsjrthe
county says: v; ;t'- u. .-
In reference , to, the Recorders
Court of Wihston-Salom, in my opin
ion thetourt is approved by the major
ity of the people and feat sare it is a
blessing to the higher court and is alsi
a saving to the county In general." y
- DECIDED SUCCESS, . : V -S.
B. Laney, chief of police of Moa
roe, w. u, says in rererence te tne Re
corder's Court there: . . . ' - A v?
"Same has relieved the congestion of
the docket abut 75 per cent, . and has
been saving to the county, . eq ml to
that amount in the way at. Jll .fees,
court costs, etc. In my opinion the Re
corder's Court has been a4 dteiaed sue-
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ENTIRE SATISFACTION, ? -:i i
Jt D. McRae, Mayor of Monroe, N.
C says; . " ,,!.
beg to say ' that the Recorder's
Court has been, in operation here for
some three or four years and gives en
tire satisfaction' to the community in
SOLICITOR "ONLY OPf OSER.
Geo, M." Scott, Chairman of the Com
missioners of Pasquotank county says:
' "It has done' much for our .county in
a financial Way. ' It baa relievel the
superior court docket to such an ex
tent the Solicitor ' hardly makes his
"grub", at our coarta."
SOME FIGURES" FOR CRAVEN CO.
: i :- ' VOTERS.
The oppoaentsof the Recorder's Court
have been handing put some figures that
have been doped up to suit their side of
the ease. ' Here, however, are some fig
ures that can be verified by Mr Groves,
the county Auditor.'
Last year the total amount of fees
paid the juries in criminal courts were
Feeding prisoners in the jail, 1,737.65
Making a total of . $3,755.15
In counties where the Recorder's
Courts have been established, the coun
ty jail has been practically free from
'prisoners, and thesame state would
exist in Craven county with a Record
er's Court. Thus it-can be readily seen
that over a thousand dollars would be
saved on the item of feeding the prison
ers alone. This cannot be disputed. 4
The total amount paid to juries in
criminal courts for'1910 was $2,017 50.
In every one of theffe courts it took one
solid week to cleaa .up the docket, in
fact, the docket was never cleaned up,
for the Governor had to call a special
criminal term last year. In counties
where it took one week to clean out the
jiil, before the establishment of the
Recorder's Court, now finish in two
days, with rare exceptions. If this is
true, had Craven county had a Recor
der's Court last year, the juries, in
stead of being paid $2,017.50, would
have been paid $672.50 and Craven Co.
would have saved $1,355 00. This added
to, at least a thousand dollars saved on
feeding the prisoners' in jail, would
make a saving tor Craven county - of
$2,30 1 alone on these two items.
Another item that is a heavy drain to
the county is the1 witnesses' tickets
that have to be )aid by . the eounty ' to
witnesses for the State who sit around
court all the week to give testimeny in
sages that would be disposed of by the
Recorder's Court. ..vt
The above figures would be an ab
solute saving to Craven connty, and no
intelligent man can dispute this fact.
On the other hand, the Recorder's Court
in other towns and couuties where it is
now established, is self sustaining: is
not only Belf -sustaining, but pays into
the town and county treasury a large
sum of money each year. The Reco'd-
er's Court for New Bern and Craven
county would not only pay for all the
officers of the court,, save, the county
a few thousand dollars as stated above,
but would pay into both treasuries a
sum of money that would, gladden th
heart of every tax payer.
FEES MORETHAN AMPLE.
A tetter from the firm of Manly, Hen
dron & Womble, of Winston-Salem, N.
C , aays;
" Since its establi-tment in 1907 this
court has proven entirely satisfactory
in every Way." It has relieved our su
perior court of so much criminal work
that we have reduced the length of our
criminal terms. 1 suppose it disposes of
three-fourths of the crimes committed
in the county. As a result ot this the
county has been relieved of a tremend
ous amount of cost. .,
Frortr a financial standpoint the court
has' proven an entire success.. .Some
time ago I tpoV the trouble to Investi
gate this part of!lt with soma care, and
I found that the fees paid in the court
amounted to mora than enough to pay
all the salaries of the officers of the
oun ana tne salaries or me entire p
f lice, force ofhejeity.'
.i.oerujrf a(e, maa prooamy me
mnaMP be, desired, is the fact that
criminals; are given a speedy trial. Al
most without ejeegption they are tried
on the morn,ing , after .the commission
of, the crime, and are either committed
tor sentenced at once. This relieve the
(.congestion of pur j tils on account of de
f enilanta bein j . held for the superior
court who are unable to give bond."
WILL A RECORDER'S COUT SAVE
':t;:l Yp. MQNEY1 ' ! .;-
Mr. Voier, of Crawen county, did you
know that not only the last two Grand
J urlef o f Craven 'county recommended
the establishment jf k Recorder's Court
for Craven' eounty, but "that tha last
Board : of Commissioners of 1 Craven
county,' in their report to the Board of
Magistrates sSld:' -, ': ' ' 'I " ; :
-; ''We believe Craven eounty ought to
ado,it a Recorders Court. It would be
a great saving', to the tax-payers and
wou'd much facilitate the trial of crim
inal cases.' i 4,,-", - ;"
I take lt-tht every intelligent man
1 Cot? t
Will agree that these gentlemen were
jpore familiar with the. cost of the ad
ministratioa of the criminal courts in
Craven couuty than the average man,
for t was their .business to look in de
tail after these matters, and it is need
lees to say that they were thoroughly
familiar - with them. A recommenda
tion coming from such a source should
have weight with the average man who
has no time to make a personal investi
gation of such matters.
Here are some figures that have been
compiled by H. M.N Groves, County
Auditor, relative to the cost of the
criminal Superior court for Craven
county during the year 1910.
Fees paid witnesses
Fees paid solicitor
Fees paid juries
Fees paid magistrates in
Feeding prisoners in jail
$ 832 47
2 017 50
Making a total of $ 4 888 90
The hiBtory of the Recorder's Cour t
all over North Carolina shows that, with
rare exception, the criminal Superior
Court in counties where it had before
taken one week to clean up the docket,
after the establishment of the Record
er's Court, finished by Tuesday night,
Had Craven county had a Recorder's
Court last year, instead of paying wit
nesses for the State $832 47, it is a con
servative estimate to say would not
have paid them more thin $375,00, for
no witness would be paid for more than
two days. In fact, $375.00 is an ex
tremelyIow estimate, however, this
leaves a saving of $157.47. There would
have been no fees paid .by the caunty
to the magistrates in the 8th, township
(if you don't believe this just watch the
activity of certain trial magistrates
who are trying to defeat this bill) hence
$118.28 would have been saved. The
Solicitor would have prosecuted one-
third as many cases as he did; hence,
instead of receiving $183.00 he would
have received $61.00, and saved to the
county of Craven $122.00. Instead of
paying juries $2,017.50, it is a conser
vative estimate to say they would have
been paid a little more than a third of
that amount (adding mileage, )or $800.
00, thus saving Craven county $1,217
60. It cost Craven county $1,737.65
Hast year to feed the prisoners in the
jail. All over North Carolina where a
Recorder's Court in now in operation,
the jails are practically empty even
when the Superior Court is in operation.
Hence, it is safe estimate to say that
had Craven county had a Recorder's
Court last year it would not have paid
more than $400,00 to feed the prisoners
in the county j ail. This would have
been a saving of $1337.65 alone on this
What Craven county would have sav
ed last year had it had a Recorder's
Court as stated above.
Fees paid by county to wit-
- nesses $
Fees paid by county to mag
istrates Fees paid by county to soli
ctor Fees paid by county to juries
Fees paid for feeding prison
er iu county jail
1 217 50
1 375 65
$ 3 290 90
Hence it can
be readily seen that
Craven county would have saved last
year $3,290 if it had had a Recorder's
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The New York Court of Appeals re
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SALE OF VALUABLE LAND. ;'.
Br virtu, of aa ttdar f the ooH ofik.
rutcy in th matter of WJ Moon tftftkreetll
will Mil to th hwkMt bdd for owh, the
Poatoffic door in Oriental. Pamlico eountr MaKk
Carolina, at 12 o'clock M, on Thursday, the IHb.
day of ltay, I9II. all that certain tract or pareal
of land aituata la Pamlico county, Morta CacaS
Una. a short distanca North af Oriaata) bonnded
on the East by thcBarcatt road, ft tha 'South
by tha A. F. htidyett land andon thrVast l.rtb
Jordan hud. Bein thsaammortgaccd hrw. I.
Moora to Mary Midystt and dojy rastatarad fa tha
offiea of the Reiutor of Daads of Pamlico eounty.
to which reference la hereby made, and contain
ing one hundred (lOO).aeraa, more or laaa. ' . , : '
inn j.uu, aay oi Asm. u. UU4 W'.iVt
GEORGE T. FARNELL.
" Trustee In Bankruptcy of W. J. Houre.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE OS
By virtue of the nower feMtalnedaU
the Deed of Trust excstedtallLaUaBder
signej, on inez4tu, flay PI January lttio
by S. V. Gilbert and Margaret Ciilbe i
ma wue, biiu uuiy Tecoraea in ine snict
of the Register of JJeedel ofjCwvB
county, N.C, in book 180T page 109.
because of default madwinheijaymnt
ot tne inaeDtedness tnereby securte and
by the request of the holder e the bonds
rep esentintr such indebeatnesB: ttwia
sell for cash to the bighes bidder at the
mm site or tne mm ocsJi laJoett,
near Cove City, N. C t the hour of
12 o'clock m. on Monday -the 4tisL4a9
of May, 1911, all the following describ
ed property to-wit: "' " ' v" .:-.-.-
One 40 horse Ladell boijer- orji": 60
hosre power Casey & Hedge bdflerone
50 horse power Atlas engine, one A mar-,
ican edger. two swimrine !ut off- saws.
complete, one blacksmith, shop equip
ment, tools, fan etc, one logging ma
chine, all of which is subject te -the Ben
neii new oy tne frotucers UitiUMt
Company also one 15 horae nower en
gine which is free from encumbrance.
also one Byer logging machine, which
is subject to the lien ot: the Hyman
Supply Company, also one log train lo
key, which is subject to .the, lien of E
H. Hodges and the lien of .the Produc.
ers Lumber Company, also all the rail,
road an 1 tram road equipment,' includ
ing rails and mnci inerv and tools of
every kind and all the tools, equipment
machinery and property of every kind
used in and around the mill of aaid S.
C. Gilert, situate near Gove City N.
C. not hereinbefore specifically men
tioned, all of which is subject to the
lien of the Producers Lumber Company.
Said property be nor all the Dersonaltv
owned by said Gilbert in said county of
This 4th, day of April 1911.
R. A. NUNN,
Having quilifled as executor of the kslwltl
and testament of (Mrs Susan C. Jerkins) diieaiif
late of Craven county. North Carolina.. . Thla U
to notify all persons having claim against her
estate to exhibit them to me. on or before'tae 4,
day of March 1912, or this notice will b pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All persona indebted to
said estate will please make immediate payment,
T. J, MITCQJUJ
- ' Bxacutar.
IN RE MOSELY CREEK DRAINAGE
Watson, C. S. C.
Before W. M.
In The Superior Court.
NOTICE OF HEARING.
To all Parsons and Parties Concerned ta The
Above Entitled Proceedings of the Drainage Dis-
trlet:-TakeNotie-. - - ;
That the Board of Viewers heretofore apaainead
in said proceedings for the Moaely Creak Praia
age District, after the establishment of aaM Dis
trict, at the hearing of the preliminary -'report
of said Board of Viewers by thia court, hariag
filed their final report in accordance with cheater
442. Laws of 1909. with the Court, together with
maps, levels profiles, classification of
estimate of coat, plans and apeciflcatkaa
expenses of such survey and report; and. aaid
board of viewers having on such,' survey
and classification of lands found
the timber Interest on the lands wf the West
estate will be benefited by auch drainag. aad
having classified the fame, which said, timber In
terest are owned by J. W. Stewart: ,.
Therefore, be it ordered that the said Anal re
port, having been examined and foufcd by the
court o be In doe form and la acccr ianee wHa
the law. the same is hereby accented. . ,1 "
Ordered further that all persona and parties
concerned in the above entitled procedia -ap
pear before me at aty office in the altyoxKew
Bern on Monday the ITth. day of April. 19U.ai
11 o'clock, a. nu. for the final Hearing of tWenarj
report ot the Board of Viewers of Ite Measly
Creek Drainage District. J " ir.il ; JT-V
Ordered further, that J. W. Stewart, the ovra-
er of the timber interest dforsaaid, be
with summons, together with a coo of ' (his
notice, to shaw cause. If aay h hewe, wU he
made a party to thia proceeding and said timber j
interest classified and brought ta said dreChag
district, ia aeeordanee with tha report of tWealo
Board of Viners filed lathe aaid eaoae.'
Aad this notice shall he glrea by SaUieatW
for two sueeeasive weeks la the New Berh Jeer-
nal. and posted at the Court House door hod live
conspicuous places within the drainage distttcA
And hereunder all auch peiauue are rpMUU
that I will hear, consider aad seas utmeT the said
report of said Viewers, aad wlU h.
and determine aay objections that aawy heraUad
thereto. : --r,.i-.v ,
Thia 21st day ef March 1911. r-r" tt
Clerk Superior Court Craves. Ceaaty.
Minority Leader Mann, pit the llousa,
is given the rlht to name tha Republi
can members of all committees, " iff'
Senator Young declared that the
commision form of government kills
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At a regular meeting of the board of
county commissioners of Craven county '
upon petition and rvqueet of the county
board of education of aaid county in ac
cordance wjth the provisions of section
Sc. ler.tne Act of the general assemb
. of North Carolina, session of 1911 of
an Act entitled an Act to provide for
the estaSliabment and maintenance of
County farm Life Schools, and for the
'promottorr of agriculture and home-ma-
king. .-.-; :
Aa election ia hereby cajled by the
said board of eounty commissioners, at
tits tegular, meeting on the first Monday
un Ikpn-iail, for the purpose of voting
upon tbe question of establishing and
levying and collecting a special tax on
all taxable property an polls of said
county, for maintaining and equipping
said school in accordance with the pro
visions of tha Act of the general assera
bly aforesaid, and it ia hereby ordered '
that a new registration of the voters in
jaid county shall be taken in accord-
ance with the general law governing
general elections. , , j
. Thia election is called to be held ou
Tuesday, the 2d day of May, 1911, in
accordance in all respects with the gen
eral laws governing general elections,
Mjhetwaesed, certified ani returned
to the board of county commissioners
it ftsiileeting to be held on the first
Monday in June 1911 it being the 6th
day of June.
At such election, these favoring the
levying: and collection of such a tax for
said purpose, 'shall vote a ballot, on
which shall be written or printed the
words, FOR COUNTY FARM LIFE
SCHOOLS," and those opposed, shall
vote a ballot on which shall be written or
printed the words "AGAINST COUN
TY FARM LIFE SCHOOLS."
The polling places in said county and
city of New Bern, shall be as hereto
fore made, except in the fourth ward in
the city of New Bern, which polling
place is changed from Hargett's store
to the fourth ward reel house on Broad
The following registrars are hereby
appointed as follows, the iSrst name in
each being the registrar.
No. 1 township, Vanceboro H. C.
Butler N B Ipock, T S Jackson.
Maple Cypress -E F Adams, J J Gas ,
kins, W H Causey.
No. 2 township, Truitts Levin Gas;
kins, N T Fulcher, G L Toler.
Bridgeton-S W Brooks, S C Dun
ham, McDuft Laughinghouse.
No. 3 township, Dover -W B H. .
B landlord, J M Whitford, Jesse B Grif-
Cova-W E Jones, D S Faulkner, T J
Fort Barnwell G L Moore, H L Ar
nold,. J W Biddle, Jr.
No. 5 township, Taylor's Store"
Claude) Taylor, Josiah Adams, J L Tay
No. C township, Lee's Farm-T E
Haywood, J B Williams, J F Godwin.
No. 7 township, Thurman-H C Wood
J A Miller, J W Conner,
No 9 township, Tisdale-W F Crock-
ett, John Shute, Carter Tisdale.
beach Grove J B French, Daniel
Lane, Kelly McKeel.
No. 8 township, Gum Row-J E Wil
cox, B B Scott, D F Atkinson.
Jasper, No. 9 township J E Weth
erington, OH Perry, H T Weeks.
By order of the board of County Com
missioners of Craven county,
- Chairman Board of Co, .Com'rs.
, f -FOR FLETCHER'S
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L Tha United Sutes Civil Service Com
misavon announces a stenographer and
typewrite examination to be h-Id at
Goldaboro -April 6 and Wilmington on
April 6, Thia may prove a good oppor
tualty for some New Bern boy as it is ,
understood that a vacany in the local U.
S. Engineer Office will be fill d by an
eligible from thia examination. Parties
desiring to take this xamination sht ulri
write tbe Civil Service Commission at
Washington, D. C, for information.
Application form No. 301 ia required.
-When a medicine must be given to
young children it should be pleasant to
take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ia
made from loaf sugtr, and the roo'e
used :n its preparation give it a flavor
similar to maple syrup' making it
pleasant to take. It haa ni su(erior
for colds, croup and whooping cough.
or sale ny ail dealers.
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, An Amherst Drofessor aava awaarinor
Is and always has been the universal
language, and iantsrsaaty. -
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